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Hunter, Malcolm L. (1999). Maintaining Biodiversity in Forest Ecosystems. Cambridge University Press. p. 325. ISBN 978-0521637688.
Bonemass is heavily resistant to arrows, so don't rely on your bow in this fight. You'll need to resort to melee combat instead. Do you have any further questions about the Swamp? Let me know, and I'll happily answer them down below. Because the young of many marine animals find food and shelter in saltwater swamps, these wetlands are sometimes called the nurseries of the ocean. Many ocean species enter coastal wetlands to spawn. Fish swim into salt marshes to lay their eggs. When the eggs hatch, the young find plenty of food and some protection in swamp grasses or among tree roots. Other species spawn in the ocean, and the young swim into the wetlands and live there until they mature.As you’ve seen, many of the shades of lighter green have names involving lime. And while it might seem like this one is named after a species of lime native to France, that’s not the case. This shade appears on several French color lists where it’s simply called “lime.” So to differentiate it from the many other shades of lime, it was called “French Lime.” This bluish-green color is a variant of Viridian, mentioned earlier. However, Spanish Viridian is a bit more green (as opposed to blue) than the generic Viridian. Before she was as villain, Poison Ivy studied for her doctoral degree in botany alongside a pre-Swamp Thing Alec Holland. Pamela Isley also studied under Doctor Jason Woodrue before the scientist became the villain the Fluoronic Man. As part of Woodrue's obsessive experiments to gain access to the Green, he injected Pamela with a mixture of floral toxins resulting in her transformation into Poison Ivy. Conner, W. H. and Buford, M. A. (1998). Southern deepwater swamps. In Southern Forested Wetlands: Ecology and Management, eds. M. G. Messina and W. H. Conner, pp. 261–87. Boca Raton, FL: Lewis Publishers. This green is the official color of Castleton University in Vermont. It’s a bluish pine green with a stately air to it, and it looks especially nice against white. If you’re looking for a bluish twist on a classic color, this is a great option.
Caribbean Green is just barely a green. Like the bright, clear waters of the Caribbean, this color is more of a blue with a hint of green. It’s a great way to help create the idea of a warm, summery atmosphere. Smith, S. & Mark, S. (2006). Alice Gray, Dorothy Buell, and Naomi Svihla: Preservationists of Ogden Dunes. The South Shore Journal, 1.Most of us likely don’t think of corn when we imagine the color green. However, this dusky greenish-yellow is just about the exact color of the leaves that cover an ear of corn. If you need a shade of green that’s light and yellow-heavy without being overly bright, this is a great candidate. A color that is slightly similar to its namesake, as moss green resembles the coloration that you see in moss.
When you first look at Pullman Green, you might think it’s simply a very dark brown. However, it’s actually an incredibly deep olive color. The name comes from the Pullman Company, a railroad car manufacturer that operated during the American railroad boom. Its cars were painted this very deep olive green. Originally, the cars were painted chocolate brown. Once the official color was changed to Pullman Green (originally called Brewster Green), the cars continued to be painted in Pullman Green until the company went out of business. Environment Canada. 2004. How Much Habitat is Enough? A Framework for Guiding Habitat Rehabilitation in Great Lakes Areas of Concern. 2nd ed. 81 p.Sea green is a color that resembles the seafloor, which is then reflected through the water. So if you’ve ever gone swimming at a beach and found that the water had a green tinge to it, that effect is caused by sea green.